What We Love
- A majestic 14th-century castle in northern England, with breakfast and cream tea Soaking up the castle’s original 14th-century features
- Enjoying Beautiful views over the stunning Northumbrian Valley
- Savoring locally sourced produce and excellent cuisine at the hotel’s restaurant
What To Know
- Stop by Josephine's—the hotel's 2 AA Rosettes award-winning restaurant—for seasonal, regional cuisine
- Free WiFi works really well
- Complimentary onsite parking is available
A beautiful 14th-century castle, this stunning hotel is located within 12 acres of woodland estate and dates back to 1350. Originally built during the reign of Edward III, Langley Castle retains many of its authentic features and showcases rolling views over the Northumbrian Valley of the South Tyne.
Expect original stone walls and beautifully prepared cuisine served in Langley Castle’s characterful fine-dining restaurant. For a quintessentially regal experience, guests can also relax in the period-style Drawing Room, featuring stained glass windows, a high beamed ceiling, and a roaring log fire for the winter months. Alongside bagging a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, the hotel is a Gold Award Winner of Small Hotel of the Year at the 2014 North East England Tourism Awards.
How to Get There
We are on our way home from the most amazing weekend at Langley Castle (sadly)!
What a beautiful place!
Room was stunningly beautiful - food superb - staff terrific and we really couldn’t fault it!
Having never stayed in a castle before we weren’t sure what to expect but it exceeded our expectations in every way- the Cadwallader room was fabulous and I would highly recommend a stay here.
Didn’t see any ghosts (thank goodness) but did enjoy a five star stay ????
Thank you all
Cass and Kev
We had a lovely overnight stay, starting with high tea or late lunch followed by a visit to the Sill a Northumberland National Park Visitor’s Centre. Dinner is delicious and the accommodation in the castle is sumptuous!
This was our 3rd stay here and we have already booked for the 4th....that says it all really. It is not often that we book the same place twice, or third and definitely not a fourth time! You know you have arrived when you drive up the long driveway and see the castle at the top. The rooms are fabulous and ours (The Radcliffe Room) even had a sauna in it. A gorgeous, huge 4 poster bed and a little 3 piece suite. The bathroom is massive with a stand alone shower and a huge sunken bath as well as twin sinks. The window seats are really quirky as they are set within 6 foot thick walls and have padded seating on either side. The food is wonderful. A lovely freshly cooked Northumbrian breakfast each morning and a perfectly cooked dinner at night served by attentive but not obtrusive waiting staff. This was preceeded and followed by drinks in the drawing room in front of the log fire. All the staff are lovely and nothing is too much trouble. We can`t wait for our next visit. We didn`t do the battlements tour as we`ve already done it but we can highly recommend it. There`s even a few peacocks and peahens that wander around the grounds.
All in all a fabulous couple of nights.